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File #: 18-1077    Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Passed
File created: 8/30/2018 In control: Broken Arrow City Council
On agenda: 9/18/2018 Final action: 9/18/2018
Title: Acceptance of a Deed of Dedication from Broken Arrow Public Schools, on property located north of Kenosha Street, one-quarter mile west of 37th Street, Wagoner County, State of Oklahoma (Section 06, T18N, R15E)
Attachments: 1. 2-Deed of Dedication, 2. 3-Exhibit A

Broken Arrow City Council

Meeting of: 09-18-2018

 

Title:

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Acceptance of a Deed of Dedication from Broken Arrow Public Schools, on property located north of Kenosha Street, one-quarter mile west of 37th Street, Wagoner County, State of Oklahoma (Section 06, T18N, R15E)

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Background:

The applicant/owner, Broken Arrow Public Schools, has submitted an application requesting the acceptance of dedication of 60 feet of right-of-way along the north side of Kenosha Street, one-quarter mile west of 37th Street and extending one-quarter mile north.  This is 35th Street that runs north about a quarter-mile before entering into the School property. 

This right-of-way is being dedicated by Broken Arrow Public Schools as outlined in Section I.M.1 of the covenants of BAPS ES #15 & MS #6, recorded in Wagoner County on April 18, 2017. The right-of-way dedication is described in the plat as Reserve A.

The portion of road being dedicated runs across Mockley Trust property to the School purchased property.  The road was constructed to City standards and has been held by the School waiting on Mockley Trustees and Attorney to finalize perimeter property rights of way (ROW) dedications.

Both Engineering and Construction (EC) and Development Services (DS) coordinated efforts since EC needed the ROW for widening of 37th and DS needed the ROW as a requirement associated with the lot split by the School from the Mockley Trust.

EC recently received the ROW documents from the Mockley Trust.

Staff has reviewed the documents and recommends acceptance of the deed of dedication.

 

Cost:                                                                $0

Funding Source:                     None

Requested By:                      Michael Skates, Development Services Director

Approved By:                      Michael L. Spurgeon, City Manager

Attachments:                                          Deed of Dedication
                                    Exhibit A

Recommendation:

recommend

Accept the Deed of Dedication.

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